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1 ripe avocado, peeled, pitted, cut into cubes 1/2 lemon, juice only. Method Preheat the oven to 180 °C/356°F. Line a baking sheet with parchment paper and add the sweet potatoes wedges. Add all the spices and cornmeal, drizzle with coconut oil, season with salt and pepper and give them a good toss to coat evenly.

Mix chili powder, cumin, paprika, garlic powder, onion powder, sea salt, cornstarch, and cayenne pepper together in a small bowl. Step 3 Cut potatoes in half. Mix up the avocado aioli while the sweet potato wedges are toasting in the oven, then remove from the oven, sprinkle with a little coarse sea salt and serve hot with the avocado dip. Make your life even easier (and keep these sweet potato fries vegan) by. Slice the sweet potato into ¼ inch thick, vertical slices.

Place sweet potato slices in toaster oven and toast until cooked through and browned. On a small plate, coarsely mash the avocado with a fork. Squeeze lemon juice over the mashed avocado to prevent browning. When the sweet potatoes are almost done, heat oil in a medium, non-stick skillet over medium-heat.

Add eggs and cook until edges are crispy, whites are bubbling up, and yolk is just set, 3 to 4. Preparation In a pot of boiling, salted water, cook the sweet potatoes until tender, 5 minutes. Add the corn and cook for 1 minute; drain. In a bowl, whisk together the oil, lime juice, shallot, chili powder, salt and pepper.

In a large bowl, coarsely mash beans with a fork. Add in sweet potato and mash together, then add in spices, salt and pepper, minced garlic, egg, panko and flour. Mix together until combined, then place bowl in the fridge for 15-20 minutes. This helps form them into patties, but as a warning they are still somewhat messy.

Sweet potatoes are one of the most versatile vegetables during the autumn season. They taste amazing sautéed, boiled, mashed and especially baked. But, roasting sweet potatoes gives them a whole new flavor profile with a crispy, caramelized edge and soft, smooth center.

Roasted Sweet Potatoes. Preheat oven to 375°. In a large saucepan, place steamer basket over 1 in. of water. Place sweet potato, onion and red pepper in basket. Bring water to a boil.

Combine sweet potatoes, milk, butter, garlic, and thyme sprigs in a large pot. Cover and cook over low heat, stirring occasionally, until the sweet potatoes are very soft, 30 to 45 minutes. Step 2.

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  • Those fries look great! I can’t eat avocado (I’m terribly allergic), but the whole thing looks yummy. This format of video is great…short and to the point.

  • Loved this video and really want to try this recipe…but… Cayenne pepper. Do you need it for hash brown? Or can you still make hash Browns without the Cayenne pepper?

  • Omg i tried that bacon trick by putting olive oil, salt, black pepper, sugar & butter & the bacon turned out perfectly but i added vegetables to the pan afterwards & that mixture added such a delicious flavour ������. God damn it was wonderful, the sugar caramelized the vegetables too.����

  • The only thing I don’t like about this is the fact that he said the USA does the best breakfast…….bullshit!!!
    Give me the Great British breakfast any day

  • I wish he posted quantities/weights in grams of potatoes/onions used!! I find it difficult to cook without having these measurements:(

  • I love these but I never get them right first time. The key to cooking is the small details which always seem to be missed in these types of videos

  • fuck me so i made this but burnt my fucking hand on the handle of the pan i used to bake it in the oven fuck me i literally branded myself, it was absolutely delicious btw quit simple, just dont burn your fucking hand!

  • gave it a go. had no eggs or bacon but turned out just as nice. I used rapeseed oil turned out just as good and the nice part is rapeseed oil is a healthier option then olive oil when it comes to frying

  • If i dont have an oven, can i make the eggs over the hashbrown or will be better make the eggs apart and later put them over the hashbrown

  • Funny how I was searching for a good Hash Brownie recipe and the first recomended video is Gordon Ramsay… sadly not making what I had in mind:(

  • I really wish i could buy ramsay cook book xT lolz ill just watch his videos cooking and put it on meh note pad bc he talks very fast:-:

  • Gave this a try everything the same here as Gordon but instead of baking the eggs just fried separate and put on top. (I don’t have the oven pan option)
    It was all very good. The onions with the hash brown and especially the bacon cooked in the brown sugar.
    Thanks for the great breakfast!

  • Not bad, could you kindly indicate how much salt, pepper, and oil are needed? I counted ten potatoes and one onion, fine, as for the rest, do we use a teaspoon? Also, which is the ideal temperature in the oven? All the best and cheers in these interesting times. 4 May, 2020.

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  • to your information, all these recipes are fucking useless, because you just name the products, and brief explanation of a cooking way. Absolutely no other context, no timings, no explanation, impossible to cook for the untrained person. Always after your videos you should watch some other video, in which a normal person explains how to actually act in the kitchen, to make the dish done. So what’s the use of these videos then?

  • i tried making this and the hash browns failed hard bottom was burning and sticking to the bottom while the top was not even cooking i guess i did not drain it enough but i did drain it pretty well so idk how his cooked so well

  • “The secret, are the Potatoes”?.now you tell me Gordon!.I’d been using ‘Hash’ to make my Hash Browns. I had to stop eating it because it was getting too expensive and I got into some serious debt, owing thousands to violent drug dealers: my wife left me, I lost my job; my house; and was made homeless….pffft..all because of a bloody Potato!

  • Just made this for the first time. Sort of messed up as I used cut potatoes to grate which meant the hash brown held a lot of the moisture but the oven dried it out and it tastes amazing! Maple Bacon is a great addition to it.

  • My birthday tomorrow and ive got the most beautiful sack of cheshire spuds down stairs and everything else i need to make this glorious breakfast. Thanks Gordon i think i’ll have this for breakfast:)